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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 24 August 1870

Vol. VI. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1870. No. 34. THE HERALD is rLBLISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOrNING, . At Newberry C. II., By Thos. P. & R. H. Gpenekep, Editors and Proprietors. Invariably in Advance. -n T, paper is ctopped at the expiration o ime for which it is paid. rg- The Y mar' denotes expiration of sub cription. Letter from B. Odell Duncan, United States Consul at Na ples. HIS VIEWS ON T11E GREAT REFORM ?iOVE11ENT. The following letter from Mr. B. Odell Duncan, U. S. Consul at Naples, was addressed to a promi nent Republican of Cbarleston, and member of the State Legisla ture. In it a decided and compli mentary preference was expressed for Judge Carpenter, as our next Governor, but for certain reasons, then deemed expedient, that por tion was o-nitted in the publication. The cogent reasoning of the writer, and the timely appearance of the letter for good are so pow erful that the radicals stoutly pre tend to deny its authenticity. But the original letter is on hand, and...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 24 August 1870

Yabdncsday, August 24, 18MV. U1ON REFORM NOMINATIONS. For Governor, on. R. B. C.RPENTER, of Charleston, 'or Lieutenant-Governor, (eu ral 3. C. BI;TLER, of Edgefie! . The minutes of the Stae Sunday School Convention lately held in Charleston, are ready for distribution. All interested in the work can obtain a copy by applying to Ir. .L N. robon, at Charleston. Col. McKissick of Union, has rccived a pnanitnous nomination by convention held in Columbia, as a candidate for Congress fromr the Fourth Congressional District, on the platfor:a of the Union Reform Party. "yuisti:e iLame and Blind, but not Deaf." IIolden is not holding his own, but takes refuge behind :ie Kri.K.; surrenders his prisoners, and would if he could, retire gracefuly (but the graces forbid) from the augu=t presence of the mitraleur of the Unis red States Supremc Court. The provisions of our Constitution may for a tirPe be successfully defied, but by the time Kirk and his licatenant hear the last of the writ issued b...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 24 August 1870

CHURCH CALENDAR. Lnth ran Church. Rev. Jacob Hawkins, hvo,r. Services every first and thirdSabbhths a :1 w,'elock. A.M.; and on the second aid fourth Sabbaths,tnt 41 o'clock, P. M. Saa day School at 9 o'clock, A. M. I,ti Eden. Rev. Jacob Hawtkitrs. P'asto~. Service every second Sabbath at 11 o'clock, A. 3'. Presbyterian Church. Rev. IL A. Mickle, i'astor. Services every Sunday, commencing u: 11 o'clock, a. m., and 5 p. m. Sunday School at 9 o'clock, a. m. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday night at 8 o'clock. Methodist Church. Rev. O. A. Darby, Pastor. Servicjs every Sabbath at 10L a.m., and 8 o'clock, p. m. Sunday School at 9 o'clock a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed ncsday night at 8 o'clock. liptist Church. Irev. .John Stout, Pastor. Services every Sabbath at 10j o'clock, a. in. Sunday School at 9 o'clock. Prayer meet ing every Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock, and Thursday afternoons at 6 o'clock. Episcopal Church. -Rev. E. R. Miles. Pas tor. Services on fir-t and third Sabbaths every m-&...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 24 August 1870

AT SEA. The night is made for cooling shade, For silence and for sleep; And wher I was a child I laid. My hands upon my breast and prayed, - And sank to slumbers deep; Chird-like, as then, I lie to-night, And watch my lonely cabin light. Each movement of the swa}ing lamp Shows how the vcsel reels; As o'er her deck the billows tramp, And all her timbers strain and cramp, With every shock she feels: It starts aud shudders while it burns, And in its hinged socket turns. Now swinging slow and slanting low, It ahmost level lies; And yet I know, while to and fro, I watch the seeming pendule go With restless fall and rise, The steady shaft is still upright, Poising its little globe of light. 0 hand of God ! 0 lamp of peace! 0 promise of my soul! Though weak, and tossed, and ill at ease, Amid the roar of smiling seas, The ship's convulsive roll, I own with love and tender awe, Yon perfect type of faith and law! A heavenly-trust my spirit calms, My soul is filled uith: light: The ocean sings...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 31 August 1870

Vol. VI. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1870. No. 35. TH HERALD IS PUBLISHED EVTERY WEDNESDAY MOINING, At Newberry C. H., By Thos. F. & R. H. Greneker, Editors and Proprietors. Invariably in Advance. 7 Tov paper i, stopped at the expiration o ine for which it is paid. . The X mark denotes expiration of sub cription. A Sad Story of the Sea. The following outline of the sad story of a citizen of New Jersey ;;pears much like the romantic tales found in our sensation week lies ; but the narrative is never theless true, as the distressed family of the adventurer, who still reside in Jersey City, can testify : Twenty years ago, a gentleman in moderate circumstances, living in Jersey City, determined to try his luck in China. Accordingly, lie invested most of his capital in goods suited for that market and embarked on board a ship bound f'r lIong Kong, via Liverpool. his family, consisting of his wife and seven children, were left with suficient means for their mainte nance until his re...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 31 August 1870

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Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 31 August 1870

[For tie Hera:.l.] r r. o t ortier: Pren 7 t= t1 U ro. :- 4 < bt:. ciatn ;::m .c.ut 1Lop. ...an v.'n :cc ::pPears to retroga<ie before the Pon of':-S?ut, to bound f:er v;ana f: .: :-:G 2" :'rem':e ofI itent rary c' : V . v o miU nd in the M:m n:d in :e hear of the Northern American :1- i 2 i!a :tin :t an.1! h t e l )igs lo ive see CXU>ited ? ;eop:e snea:c about InanI, Cn'adiP:tm, Iris, at:d Se.t't y l r -'ra:e ; but ..re the eope of : 'e . n::-t' a:cs ::t'Leted in pres cnce o: ' ' e t i'. (-s %p'et'd in Ce histo ' of :. : n.a ::n t.:a la sJ': tmer' temst in:r s::y? No, they are ra:.. : .'...:c::t,:..I tlt erm -ma in .Amer' ca wR' b'e -.th .y daceivedi if they think ti.:: he :eir favor. No, :rey e: r: a v.x ea:e the proverb '1:" to Cenun!:es: ther:: bt of thetolve , :md ther,' com :ly for tet the sert 'e' o! : 'e (r m''a in the seec sonl -:', i wl' : a.s th->)Se of the" F rench! in the rerob::n, I ,---the 0r:'eln:ment of !Y. a 1r-4 ' "..e American M:ton. It wo:-I '. it l1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 31 August 1870

AT LAST. Oh, the yeara,I lost before I knew you, loveI Oh, the hills I climbed and came not to you love! Ah ! who shall render unto us, to make us glad, The things which for and of each other's sake We might have had? If you and I had sat and played together, love Two speechless babies-in the summer weather, love ; By one sweet brook, which, though it dried up long ago, Still makes for me to-day a sweeter song Than all I know If band in hand through the mysterious gate way, love, Of womanhood, we bad first looked, and straightway, love, Had whispered to each other, softly, ere it yet Was dawn, what now in noonday heat and fear We both forget If all of this had added its completeness, love, To every hour, would it be added sweetness, love ? Gould I know sooner whether it were well or ill With thee? one wish could I more surely tell? More swift fulfil ? Ah! vainly thus Iait and dream and pgnder, love, Losing the precious present while I wonder, love, About the days in which you grew a...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 7 September 1870

Vol. VI. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1, 18570.N.36 THE HERALD 18 rUBLI8nE EVERY WEDNESDAY MOlNING, At Nowborry. 0. I., By Tho;, P. & R. H. Gronokor, Editors and Proprietors. Tr> '-9 04, PAI 'NW ma'sil Invariably in Advance. n:7- 'rtir. pnper is stopped at the expiration o ine for wlich it is pa d. R7 The Mi mak denotes expiration of sub oription. [ For the IIerald. M rsus E 1'rns:--We will now leave the little K.ingdom of Den mark, and proceed Southward, through the conitries of tho Gor man tiates, Atustrlia, North Italy, Switzerland, Franco and England, m11entioining, pcrhaps, somo feiw things of note and interest in ealch. Bu t, fir-St, I. will menltion inciden tally my t.-ilp from Copenhagen to .11:aml ltambur, Northt Germally, as in that jort"ney'", L met with incidents an1 dianirs Which, in all pr"oba bility, wvill neer occurt again dur ing the whole colirso of my lif'. Tl he past 'inter was the most so Vere, as yolt are (lollblOss aIwaro, that has beeni experienced in ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 7 September 1870

. rEN*BER. & ; Wednesday, Septembor '. 1870. UNION REFOIM NMNATIONS. For Governor, bit . CiI;PE.NTER, of Olakin. ror Lieutenant-Governo, Ccacral ., C. B11, if i1eId Down Again We notice by the Columbia papers that the large banner which flaunted the unales of Scott and Ransier, in front of Denny's office, is once nnre dow. On this occasion it was blown down by tl e wind. Ransier's name was tol" off It's a bad party ;meme the winds are against it D. E. T. Pcake We are pleased to state, that this gen tieman, late superintendent of the . C. R. R Co., has been made the recipient of a very handsome testimonial at the hands of the empioyse of the road, in appreciation of his long continued cour tesy and kindness to th'en. Mr. Peake brls been in the servicc of this company about thirty years, ..aving entered it when but a boy. Success attend him in whatever sphere of business he may en gage. - The testimonial was a magnili cent silver set, valued at $!4,000. A Noble Benefaction. The Tr...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 7 September 1870

"Wu-n.s% -r::: Bi.oo," upon which charlatan; have harped so much, is not a "nere catch-word and delusion. The mirocope shows th:t some diseases ex ist like par::sitic growths upon the glo. hulu: of the blood, :!nd it is furth-r known that smI, u ":ie substances destroy ot expel 'n T se substanc-s have he"n cotimh'::("d to make Aver's Sarsaparila1 wvhi-"h doecs ce t-ctual:iv expel the disor ders that breed and rankle in the bluot to rot mi:t ws t were the machincrv of life.- ercer (Pa.) W hi. A C t'- 'inple p':pe-r gives quota ti-m f f.. ::s. AX negro woman in , ~ . . ,: :h b r- ::t,.tt:! four hnun red in..:w- : iri of twece, one t:: - : and of -iSteen, fur CWRCi AILENDAR. L'te' " I Cim- -eb. 11 -v. .1.:c,h 1!awkirn,. i':2t, r. S r rv first and lh ird Sah bbaths a: 1. ':, e!:. 1 . M .: ::,n : t! ,a ': -e :on ,In th " 'xri h' V- ) ocick. 1 M. Su: A. -1 Ueh . e.0' acol) Iit:nwhi. P:;vto>r. .. -r...... eery ;- ":cin'd S tbbath at 11 o'clock, ' 'I e:-!-n m'pi.in C'lvr , 1i-i. 1,. A. M...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 7 September 1870

CoToN IN G:.a)at AND TEN :Assa:.-T lie Cu::bus (Ga.) Suit of the 21;th instant, says: .A sirt trip in th(Ountr l:as enabled us to realIze the extent of the disa ster which has recently ov':rta:en the Ca non of Georgi,:a an ..abama, m:ore espeCilly where it h:ad hen manatred. By this diac-:er th e tire cropl that bloonI-, sI: dZIIIy is lost. In ma!ny p tvC-s the pant presents the appear:ance of bi)n. dead. and all. or nearyi : a!!. the b,lls open, Tla::y prematurely. This is terrible on tho-e wa' hou.tIhlIt tititzers on a credit to be paid out of the pro duct. In many nstances nlot enou:.h v:il be male at pre-ent priUcS for the stale, to foot bill for fertiiiz;I'r. Fe%w men troughi - out the wha-le section, we arC sat 'ed, en foot expn.e bills for cultivation at a price below timity' cents The con mrcial edi tor of the Me-:phis A r21P, wr iting on tihe 20hinst ant. a : Th~e e tiuin of thlc cotto?? crops; are i.-ss favorablc than they weea we.:k: 5sinee. C.ontinued heavy ranrs are doi...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 14 September 1870

f.'; . Y{ r, , , / t .r I I IIr .'j t n'.w 1 7 t1.. . i'"wt, t JM Y "} .. 4" /Y { "i-c" I :ti t C hi, r' +pr,N } }'. :t^t M I"]j C "/' S"" i {' " 1 I. l d r7':, i" fl 3) UC a ... __. V1.'Ca.-"." ' afMYffjJM1."1r.V /"]LTTw"S7i"".I7'.i.J -T SLrCr O.F +" 7.7' "" " -N.1: . .: 1: Ti F.YJ T ..- 2rYRbY" a.7."CP :'"YYr L"1: '~'.A " ' .T '". r - '/=N-_- . =.r l "w f' . Y. . Vol. VIE. WEDNESDAY 1r1OR-NIL NG, SEPTEMBER = 9 x + . .. .. - - ..r.."--.. __.. --- s=_ _=awxsfi ar"s+cw=::-r...: 1 'Viwl_ :.....1CZ: iTl'.a1dY YrLTKWf+ . C. :/. ' LI ' t i.fYr ."T^I"F. :'. .. - ..-_.'. .Y..VfaM "MtiC" _.l rlC9a:?=-" "l/' w7 I+1:"_ ' rla.1- " :-Cr rs:xrou-s__ THE HER ALD IS PeBLISHED EVEt:Y WEDNESDAY ]oi ING, At Newberry C. II., By Thos. P. & R. H. Greneker, Editors and Proprie:ors. Invariab.y in Advance. i The paper is stopped at the expiration o ime for which it is p;:,. .-P The : mark denotes expiration of sub Tcription. THE SOLDIER'S WIFE. A TII.:LLING sKETC:I. One of the most striking cases of pr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 14 September 1870

Yi~d~mday8epternbr 14, 1I8"0. ti\iU R REFORM NOMINATiONS. For Governor, . 1. CARUPETE , of Charkltn. Fo: Lieuteant-Governor, The ecanng of Union Reform. The union of white and colored citi zens, to eform the State govCrnnCnt, to purge it of corruption, to drive out carpet-baggers, and thieves, and icen diari s. Thisis the meann:g of the Un ion i eforn inovement and its object. Reeer Township Society. A large and enthusiastic meeting of Union R.fornists was held at Jalapa, and a Society formcd for the Reeder Township-on Friday the 2d of Septem ber: the fol.owing oiicers were elected: President-Jacob Summers. Vice Presidents-Dr. W. A. Wiiliams, W. W. Riser, J. W. Watts, and Wm. S. Chalmers. Secretaries-J. M. Glymph viad i. W. Waters. * ~ Tre.sureir-W. H. Eddy. The good work is going on steadily and surely. Goca 1fews From worth Carolira We have just heard from the two col ored men, Casey David and Hosea Wynn, v.ho were sent by the citizens of this county from Frog Level to the State o...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 14 September 1870

OBITUARY. Dnr:, rear .T-lapa, on the 6'h of SeptcM ber. Mr. NICI4)La4 scot x:., agCd 86 yeirs, 31r. S. as a li31.;y respccted and useful citiz:n. u:t >o:cst man. and an humble chris tian. h vi:irg been. at liC deat:h. a co1istent and wota::" nwher of the .vaungelical Lu theran crch Ior sevemy years. le died iu gre.i: - Poli:1rd ht a.n en:m enCed hi v ile COMMERCIAL. Nw . Yoi:Y. se:.m'ber 12.-('otton fir 1.2+t L hbs: Lct.' :. l:1- (Mdr' 1:;? a 13' - \C: "r. ,pt' a', r 12.-('ttott quiet but ,a _,. 2. b :le+: r-:ci:i1' 7; uaidtu. les l 1. (m IA:.s rc. .lpteniLer 12. -t'ottorquietatid unch,.- :ids..g 17: a1 : Sales 5, bales; recei.,., i: : e. pa.s 1A 9; stoek 01. Livi n' -'.... 'plt :.be r -. -:veninz.-Cotton firmer-uplat.ds . a 9: ('r:eaas 9?_ a ; sales 1'L.0.0b e. Newberry,a Picei"s r,arrentl. Coa s:m:t> ~ ::K L Y. ATi-:S-(reen. per buche!.........1 00 a 150 l.rv. per u.. . ... ......1 n al as Sy-p ryard.......... 33 a 3 !:.. i.l: 1l >)';-.:a:n;. per h........ a peaiii. per l...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 14 September 1870

- OUR F IYRING. W'iile Tit-.; :w.:r ni:h =ociai .To-' Mv onv:, sweet wife and I, We make i in our Iove, And let tlie .orI _o 0 never hearts beat half so With erow:id Ween or l 0 ne' er woli af 1$'J U:r r Dar l Our Lli ore- -'... Our wKoi o .An, el !: 7.*f*:' :: r -t i:il e r.: Mo ...., ,i: A-b rood. o'er de"arce .!, c:.-:.f,, A:: IA- rlove A ri; i ove'- :a ::necC. 1 :j cr::e In lin: ' moat bi:tr e::! And ev,r:::ore the ci:e'i- hours New gfts o! lory ' ring ; We live and love like bappy flowers, ., i:: our aiirv ri:g, Dear Iore! Ouf h!.:owed fairy ri:g. We're known a :inmy sorronr, We've Wept a many tear!, And often trod with trenbling feet Our pilgrimage of years. But when our shy grew d:rs aad wild, All c!osec!ier tiid we cling: Clouds broke to beauty as yo Smiled, Peace crowned our fairy rrg, Dear love! Our ha!:oned airy ring. -ASs.1eZ: SLT.-rS WAr Nc -rrs. --The appearance of six vonng la diesat 'o-to:n, last week, in an athletic display leretofrc attemip ted only by the men. ill...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 21 September 1870

Vol. ATWEDNESDAY MORNING , SEPTEMBER 21, 18 O.No38 1:n!:Y'.r::E.en.tr MonNtING, .t Nrwiberry C. I., 1.. F. & H. H. Grenoker, i'.it-):' and Propric:ors. Invariabiv in Advance. i- Th. p-1r r i! stopped at the expiration o im. for whic: it is paid. 7 : mark denotes expiration of snb crlent.. Relation of Plants to the Soil. .ta::;r t L L CnE.isrTY. 21 I N E It A L CONSTITUENTS OF Pt.Xrs.-The mineral substances whic: pants obtain fion the soil are kn''.wn by analysis of the ash Cs whl,ich thk-y yield on combus tion. T hey' coi,sist of acids ard bases, w:i enter into the com1 in of ai fi,rtile soils. The b a e i:. ::. lime, ragnesia ani x!d oInm:u'raniese and iron. hIle :!, found combined in the t!shes wi : sii liie. sulphur11tic and phphi~~ - cidsI, and are accontpa lted~ )tli)t O f' 0 Corn m anJ alt. Tle carbonic acid which is ftound in certain ashes is p)rd d i i In the combustion of the p1:ui11t. The ashes of all cultivated plan:t c- nainl the above substan res" ! in i i re..-nt p...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 21 September 1870

Sir- i:r r goird on In our State, h,. te- t: e~picans; and Refo:: ers nrD .no.-rat-, truth is al! imtiortant, ,idLr to e: ' "teneu ict i. So tc.:ch; b-a<'Y.c:: sid of late in reg.rud to the ps of the Reform,:rs or Demo e o,d : '. o many statements tcere e1.e ' to the condition of the cor0;( pepJe i our ister St:ate, North Caro is, Ci1ea the l-ite A'igust ciolMi.a .u the -rces of the Demnocrats thierc, b.a : oib'r of our co!oreia:nl wi.:ae ientri in Newherry, South tarolina, jndu 'd n: to vi-it North C::rolina to tin iht truth or falsity of hese r u .\ecori. ofn 'oc dar, the Cth i: :t, w' Mit Fro, L^vel Station, New herry conity, having taken letters of i-itr tducti.n to several gcntlem-:n in :rti aruiina, and arrived at Char l;te, Nrth Carolina, on t!:e {ih instant. here we :net wIh a *:ber (.f gentlemen, both white and caored, of both parties, who trea:cd s1i;h kness and con.idera tion, and of.-red us every facility to promote the object of our vi.it. It li-d been l aiegcd in Ne...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 21 September 1870

NOW OPEN An u:iusually L RG E STOCK OP SEASONABLE GOODS, AT LiEL1~E & \IIIEELEIVS, Consisting of DRY GOODS, TRIMMINGS, EMBROIDER/ES, &0., .r ljadis wear, of every variety and pattern. PE DE EDDDS, C,Assimeres. Clothis. "Jeans. &c.. &c., ::nd furnlislhi:r stock for gentlemen. T . TT 1oods. Hlmspuns, Osnaburgs, Blaniikets. in variety. NOTIONS Of all kinds. Ohle of the largest, cheapest and bst assortments of ladies', gentle incas', youths' anwd laborers BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS, Sbrougi t to this market by us be fore. Our stock of GROCERIES AN) Is large. varied and exeellent. We invite inspection of our Stock which is inuch larger than common. and i!l of which have been selected with care. and which will be sold at such prices as cannot fail to please. An attempt to enumerate All of our stock would be impossible, we there ft're beg our friends to ask for what thev w:tnt and it shall be forthcoming. Thankful for the very liberal pa trontage bestowed in the past we re sp...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 21 September 1870

NW HY ? : :,r.. the >!ursso:ns th Iiv:rent: hues!? - A- dthe waves of the eea Such a rt:ier Of blue- ? So maysoft greens i it over the trees? Ar.d iiinit" ra. sittlows ou o:t the breeze? \Why are the iiiscts 0> -Adruly lair; r anning grasses Aatd pintting the air? You de.:r litle shell:, 0, Nt::r do you shie? ti featherv iuea-weed ow r:tglie aad fine? Why are the rreadows Su g. trdens of grace, W1ith i::h:i.e beauty in definite srace? Each sep.rate grass . A world of delight? u fooi fo: the Cattle, Why are you so bright? WhV are our faces S:c?h lova,le things, Wth lips made for kisses, A nd ljughter that sines? 'With eyes full of love, Thatt :kMe and gleam, Through beautiful colors, That change like a dre,a:? Think for a moment Look up to the sky ; Question your heart; it t Will answer the why! Bright is the glitter Of beauty unfurled Eoundles the love that Has falioned the world! -Merrv's Museum. Circular, To itT i,r ni the Bible Societcs and otitw r co-01peratiny u-ith the A...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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